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Thread: KTM ice tire/wheel setup - $1000

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    Default KTM ice tire/wheel setup - $1000

    It's wayyyy off season, but I'm tired of moving these around my garage and not using them. 21/18 pair of eBay/Tusk ice wheels(with rotors and sprocket), black and orange color, with MF1 cheater tires. The tires were mounted using brand new tubes, rim strips, rim locks, and have been used less than five times since. Always wrapped when not on the ice, and they'll come with tire wraps. There some surface rust on the screw heads and rotor surfaces from sitting, but everything is practically brand new, functionally. Tires, wheels, wraps, tubes, etc, all in, this setup cost me ~$1500. These fit my 2005 KTM 450EXC, but also include rear wheel spaces(pictured) which allow them to fit newer bikes.






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    That's a great deal for that setup. Tires alone are $600

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